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"Funny — as you slur your words so frequently, many of us wonder if YOUR teeth keep falling out," tweeted Mia Farrow.
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“We are truly sorry for the hurt and disappointment this has caused," the company's CEO said Sunday.
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The senior aides wrote to the New Jersey Democrat that they "can no longer in good conscience" keep working for someone switching to the GOP.
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In a new letter, the Democratic leader said he expects to hear from White House witnesses and receive documents from the Trump administration.
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The president "talks loudly but carries a small stick, and can be rolled," the Nobel Prize-winning economist wrote on Twitter.
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"I don't need any witnesses," the lawmaker said Sunday, shortly before the House votes on two articles of impeachment.
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Some Democrats want the ex-Republican to be a House manager, arguing that a conservative helping present the argument for impeachment will help their case.
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The former president told a private audience in Singapore that women are "indisputably" better than men.
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"How would he distinguish himself from Trump if he has some of these similar leanings?” one Muslim New Yorker wanted to know.
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"He will be unbounded," Sen. Chris Coons said of the president if Republicans look the other way on his Ukraine dealings.
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A report from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says Democrats will be hardest-hit by the removals in a state Trump narrowly won in 2016.
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The network is facing backlash over its decision not to air commercials that show a lesbian couple kissing.
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Pam Bondi shrugged off concerns that Senate Republicans are defying their oaths of impartiality by saying they'll clear Trump ahead of a potential impeachment trial.
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"There was real sloppiness," the former FBI director told Fox News' Chris Wallace.
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To some, the signature requirement is a recipe for disenfranchisement.
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Democrats say Republicans are violating their oaths of office by reaching a verdict before a possible impeachment trial in the Senate even begins.
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If lawsuits challenging the new regulations don't work, Americans may be facing "unmet food needs."
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Name-caller-in-chief also ripped 'Commiecast' MSNBC.
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The former New York City mayor went to Kyiv as part of his search for evidence of wrongdoing by Joe and Hunter Biden.